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1950 CJ-3A & 1967 Jeepster Commando in TX

• CATEGORIES: FC150-FC170-M677, Jeepster

UPDATE: **Status unknown** The FC-150 sold.

Scott shared this ad out of Rosebud, Texas. No pics of the 3A.

“Cleaning out the barn! Also have jeeps for sale: 1950 flat hood with PTO, mechanical good, body tired, RARE 1958 FC 170 with 9 foot jeep pickup box and PTO winch on front. A 1967 Jeepster V6 auto, 4 WD with both full metal top and custom half top in excellent condition. everything rebuilt but motor.”

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8 Comments on “1950 CJ-3A & 1967 Jeepster Commando in TX

  1. Mike

    Looking at the half top on the Jeepster, is that a soft top or fiberglass? certainly not the stock factory half top.

  2. David Eilers Post author

    Mike: I thought it was a custom vinyl/canvas, but given how smooth it all looks, I guess it might be a custom fiberglass top?

  3. David Eilers Post author

    Hi Tim,

    It looks like the posting has expired, so I don’t know if they sold or not. I’ve updated the post. If I see it relisted on Craigslist I’ll email you.

    – Dave

  4. john proctor (541) 953-7402

    Greetings the FC sold in 3 hours for $18K. Had guys fighting over it!! Yikes.
    Its on its way to Wisconsin. Please mark it sold.

    Still have the Jeepster. 1967 VIN 8Z05 E17 11647. Please look at interior pictures. I have owned it for a long time, 26 years? First in San Diego, then to Oregon, then to Texas. Have original full metal top with luggage rack. Custom built roll bar and rag top. Everything redone but V6 motor & dash (small crack in center) I was told this was a rare “Country Club” model because everything chromed and fancy door panels). Runs great, where or how do I send pictures/info. Thanks for putting on the website

  5. David Eilers Post author

    John,

    Thanks for the update. That’s just crazy!

    I’m not familiar with the “Country Club” package. But, I’m not an expert on the Jeepster Commandos either.

    – Dave

  6. John Van Vlack AKA Wrongway

    I do truly love the Jeepster, only wish I had room in my stable or in my bank account for it.

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